Pacific Harbour and Regional Islands

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Travel two and a half hours from Nadi along Fiji’s southern coast to discover Pacific Harbour. Wedged between a shimmering stretch of coast and lush tropical jungle, Pacific Harbour is known for its spectacular natural splendour, epic adventures and championship golf course. Plus, if you hop on a short 45-minute ferry, you’ll find Beqa Lagoon, home to some of Fiji’s most spectacular dive and snorkel sites. Pacific Harbour and the nearby islands of Beqa and Yanuca are the ultimate destinations for active families and adrenaline seekers.   

Known as the ‘Adventure Capital’ of Fiji, there are endless thrills to be had in Pacific Harbour. Brave the abseiling, ziplining and ropes courses of Kila Eco-Adventure Park, ride dune buggies through the rugged hinterland, raft the white-water rapids of the Navua River or go chasing towering waterfalls. You will never run out of things to do when holidaying in Pacific Harbour. 

Water lovers can’t miss the pristine Beqa Lagoon, accessible directly from the shores of Beqa and Yanuca Island. Here, you can dive into an extraordinary underwater world, filled with soft-coral reefs, intriguing wrecks and over 300 species of fish! Beqa Lagoon is also home to the Shark Reef Marine Reserve, where you can get up close and personal with up to eight different species of sharks.  

Choose to stay along the coast of Pacific Harbour for easy access to all of the region’s adventure activities or escape to Beqa or Yanuca Island for a true taste of beachfront luxury. No matter which option you decide on, expect your resort to offer the same world-class facilities and warm Fijian hospitality you’ll find all across Fiji.